My skin, for the second time, has an odor smelling like a particular medicine. I don't know what medicine it smells like, but it smells like an open pill bottle or plastic. This smell comes from my hands and lips. My breath hasthe same odor as well, although not as pungent as my hands where it is the strongest. I am nervous about this. I have had my gall bladder removed recently and still have upper right quadrant pain which radiats around to my back. When I take pain meds it causes the pain to worsen at time. My doctors seem to think sphinter of oddi disfunction. I am concerned about this smell. I took benadyl and methadone tohether this time that it occured. The first time I took pronix, methadone, and maybe some benadrl as well. What is happening to me. Also I had chest palpatations after the benadryl. I also get palpatations when I take my methadone 25mg then take .25mg xanax a couple hours later. I thought that my xanax was supposed to take care of my panic disorder not preciptate it. I am scared.
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